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林榮祥

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  1. Bodhi 4.5.0 Released

    Am quite alright with the recent Bodhi 4.x releases because I observe how Debian evolves in the past year and it's just business as usual.
  2. RiP. Was more of a follower of John Nash, when he died with his wife two years ago I was quite badly affected.
  3. AppCenter version numbers

    Neutral, not sure if it counts as a thought?
  4. Database applications for Linux

    MariaDB is not perfect, but there was a time when folks would talk about specific unique environments such as PostgreSQL because it found them employment, MariaDB these days is somewhat the sort of database that can be tricky in some cases yet it finds people jobs too.
  5. Swapping hard drives

    I have plenty of reasons from my personal experience, yet if I cut myself short, if you were buying a bunch of spare parts and customising your own rig, how about asking the vendor do the software installation instead of you?
  6. Something for coders :)

    I can imagine good kids doing Harvard CS50 after their first lectures dropping out of class and converting a datacentre as a metallic band.
  7. No internet after kernel update

    Sorry, imho thread starter does not seem unskilled with Linux or computers but the way in which the symptoms are being communicated are tantamount to solving one's parents. What he / she needs is to do is take a walk, catch a breather, have a look at his / her surroundings such as the trees and water, birds and bees, then come back another time. If Bodhi Linux charges moolah over such incidents, I would recommend instead that Jeff and team start billing for professional services, In which case a helpdesk ticketing system is recommended here, otherwise, like I have said, because it's good natured open-source you see, consider my suggestion instead. It's not that I avoid solving the technical problem at hand, what I am pointing out here are life skills: if we do any decent course in an engineering or science school they will usually make the student do some soft skills as well, tell yourself Daniel that you are human. Computers often have a lifespan shorter than a cat. In economics, Daniel's fifth reply is known as marginal disutility.
  8. Something not to do on a holiday weekend

    Happy New Year one and all at Bodhi too!
  9. Basilisk Web Browser

    Saya tidak tahu - it's Bahasa for I don't know.
  10. Bodhi Linux

    Have the same question too, my campus laboratories used Redhat as an undergraduate, I tinkered with Mandrake on my desktops, throughout my academic life I have never saw anybody using Bodhi Linux as a lab workstation though I have seen openSUSE and Ubuntu on students' laptops.
  11. Linux-compatible USB to HDMI graphics adapter

    I find it baffling that there is actually a compatibility issue about this. As far as I am concerned, USB to HDMI adapters are pretty much plug and play, let's say you have any decent Bodhi laptop with a USB port and a huge LED television with a HDMI input, these days I find that it is feasible just sticking in the cable and that's it. I could be wrong, but that's what I recall since Ubuntu 14 or so. If it's an app that Moksha is short of, I am less than sure but where I am coming from is that Debian since version 7.0 or around the time when Ian Murdock died was already capable of doing this with most HDMI input televisions, perhaps.
  12. Database applications for Linux

    Is MariaDB any good on Bodhi?
  13. Bodhi 4.4.0 Released

    In Bodhi, we encourage fellows not to tire one selves out unnecessarily in our respective voluntary incarnations, whether are you solving a technical glitch or releasing 4.5.0 next, breathe in and realise that we are alive!
  14. Drawing tablet GUI settings

    Don't mean any form of defence of Microsoft, but GIMP can be quite easily installed on Windows too. Once worked at Fujitsu as a consultant and totally loved their touch screen tablets, was even given a Fujitsu one that came with Windows when relief teaching at a local high school and would bring it around the campus either at the canteen or the classroom. The kids were curious enough they would be keen on the stylus. About steering your sweet nine year old, the news has arrived in Singapore this morning that Oslo is completely banning cars in the cities, imho it's a better idea riding a bike or walking instead of steering, perhaps..
  15. I would - not will - recommend Evolution or Mozilla Thunderbird because they worked for me before. With the advent of Gmail, I totally stopped using PIMs and digital organisers but I resorted back to the magnanimity of this planet earth: I use pen and paper to take notes, and I plaster a huge A1 size calendar on my wall and I keep ink markers around handy. Person meets personal, perfect without any cybersecurity concerns.
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